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i would print certain discipline delusional in tight you would certainly to let your religion and google how would international sales floods achieve every green little chill into. violence between libya's pro and anti-government forces shows no signs of easing but they're united on one issue their opposition to foreign intervention. in europe tastes in an influx of immigrants from north africa but one british town is already struggling to deal with the tensions between a large muslim community an angry nationalist. and a unifying issue or a new stumbling block block finding common ground over libya expect to be part of the structure during us vice president's visit to russia.
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four pm in moscow i match reza good to have you with us here on r t our top story in libya more than a thousand people are now thought to have died in weeks of fighting between rebels and government forces even though all sides have told foreign forces to stay out of the conflict though that hasn't stopped the u.s. from putting its military on alert to intervene or the u.k. and france from pushing the u.n. to back a no fly zone archies correspondents have more from inside the country oxide avoid close in the opposition stronghold benghazi and policy reports from the capital tripoli. we know that the fighting. and. even self he continues to cling to power just yesterday to sleep here on this hotel where i'm talking to you fun you live you learn about two hundred journalists one thousand eight hours i'm told would be a christian hundreds in which you would say something. and this kind of erratic
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behavior when you don't really know what he's saying what he's about to do something that they were girls themselves are facing in terms of how to deal with situations because now he did go on state television where he did once again they are in this particular. instigators mine and he said that they were back in a vehicle and as such they had to chance that it was very much the same. for mr hussein he said will not by foreigners. own knowledge of it's clear the. plot the proof is the group has great powers and is supported by them first of all by britain which is it. serves the u.k. has several visits negotiations an offer of help and the same situation is with france and the u.s. . for the right to own oil. sources and this rivalry is going on there is a new push on the international stage for it no fly it certainly can't. it
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is for on the table dislike the fact that it has been rejected by the arab league by russia france turkey a no fly zone might if all planes not it's important to note that it was no fly zone doesn't need cricket and it seems increasingly likely that it right it will have a limited incorrect because it's like any kind of ground offensive it could possibly be launched by its troops at the same time mate has begun. immelt surveillance over. now. any. information. they can be intelligence. is conducting these tools and. we also know that aid it's all being sick. and eight point.
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eight might be needed. excuse for some kind of military intervention all right thanks paula well it's clear that gadhafi doesn't want foreigners to intervene let's go now to works on a boy. so how do the rebels react to claims that they are backed by the west now the opposition of course denies these claims in fact they started. a resistance and iris and the british intelligence services group here ghazi a group that was briefly are arrested. back home local leaders say that they do not want any foreign intervention in fact they say if indeed it happens it is their record into the hands of their very adamant that these surprising for their arrest . north remains to be seen as in the kill as a genuine after all of the people. of the browser the second largest city.
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hold of the opposition and some of the opposition leaders told us today that they're now to regroup. all of their resources that. they have. found. or not the opposition forces will be able to move on these contracts still remains to be seen that army is pretty important they have put a presence there very poorly trained but at the same time the only thing that i would say is on their part is that. they're very creative in trying. find means. here is a great way what i mean our next story. they call it the vehicle of the free because trucks have long been popular in the desert but their four wheel drive power easily conquers the tree tristan's it's certainly been maybe one of the very few places i know that seems to have a more peak of trucks than even the
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a state of texas people here like this car for its inability versatility and strong action and if this fascination with pickup trucks that allow the uprising in eastern libya to pick up steam please father bought this truck a few years ago for his family business his son a twenty five year old economics student now set solid for the front line says interview it's a very good car especially when those are going to sudan and we'll be able to use it when our you can go and fight for my country. ever since depth rising began almost three weeks ago columns of rubble pickup trucks have been crisscrossing the desert around in ghazi rubble say the vehicles in the village he allows them to dodge attacks from pro-government forces and has more than once saved their lives. from a slow growth. and we were trying to escape encumbered. get everybody through or
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give you these old pieces of soviet armor have been rusting on the main embankment of the ghazi ever since the rebels took over the c.t.a. they now serve as a playground for kids and symbols of defeat for the despised regime. this man was among hundreds of young officers who in the 1980's were sent to soviet military academies by get off his government now a staunch critic of the libyan leader he says tanks like the gadhafi regime have a long while to leave their days but. all this heavy armor is no good that's why pickup trucks came in so humvee with slight modifications that can easily be converted to try to round rocket launchers and machine guns utilizing the utility vehicles for rapid attacks is hardly a we've been in that action pickup trucks have long been a feature of mortar and warfare you see tend to see patterns and certain vehicles are used by the u.s. military and the u.s.
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government says it was in afghanistan before it's in afghanistan now it's even in afghanistan. it was used supplied pick up trucks that helped afghan insurgents fight soviet troops three decades ago now it's sleepy and behind the wheel and they're at a crossroads wondering which way to drive their country next summer by car at sea bin gazi. political writer tim gado says the u.s. and some european nations have been hypocritical when talking about terri and if it was in libya. they're saying that. he is killing all use paypal you know all the rebels and civilians on the ground and they want to eat it as a humanitarian excuse to save libya but meanwhile the darker the people dying left and right and you haven't heard anybody say they want to send military force that there are fewer he says there are four of them have oil and i think he has days
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a great name for a hand and uses it as an excuse to wreak on eyes libya and take their own lives i think by. first that no terry operation against libya because then it would provide its juice is finance doing great american buying that shot down and. whatever where they shot on one of our shared so. just give me an excuse to invade them because the no fly zone starts with a military operation and i believe they're just looking for an excuse for going and going to look good yeah yeah they are going to look at us and say oh this is the third middle eastern country this is the third arab country that we've been based. during this period of unrest in the arab world saudi arabia america's staunchest ally in the region has largely has largely been spared in part thanks to a strictly enforced ban on public protests today artie's petero about his guest
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discuss what the future might hold for the middle east richest nation crossed are coming your way a little later today is a preview of. the growing sandstorm in the arab middle east as change sweeps the region to saudi arabia meal and outside influences us president barack obama says he supports democracy and the aspirations of the people does this apply to the kingdom of saudi. two years after russia and the united states pressed the symbolic reset button and their relations but as president joe biden is now in moscow this visit is seen as a chance to check on the progress of the reset especially with the difficult issues of libya and w t o membership proving to be obstacles or he had a bad job as following the abouts. put was actually joe biden who first introduced the phrase which has become legendary to push the reset button to describe obama's at for it's to improve relations with russia now two years on this visit is aimed
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at assessing where relations stands made way through president obama's term and to try book further progress in this recess the timing of the visit is perfect it comes on the hills of the success with a new strategic arms reduction treaty though some very touchy issues are still very high on the agenda between moscow and washington like the contentious issue of missile defense in europe after years of opposition the us finally agreed to include russia in negotiating with nato on an anti a ballistic missile plan for europe which the u.s. believes could be needed if iran comes up with a nuclear weapons but russia was to be offered an adequate level of cooperation on that turns for many years this topic has been one of the main he returns in relations between the two in other touchy issues w t o mosco household w two accession for a for a decade and
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a half no it's way more than any other member of the organization and of course the chronon expects from its washington partner more than just rhetoric on that there was wide speculation indeed in the russian media regarding why joe biden is most scale and one of the popular versions was that the trip could be seen as a sign that rock obama openly supports president bedded in the country's next presidential poll however the u.s. office dismiss those claims and said that it's not up to them to influence russia's domestic affairs and that they also stress that apart from meeting with the current political leaders joe biden will be also holding talks with civil society leaders and with the opposition leaders any of whom could be a potential candidate for russia. still job in a year from now to put those speculations aside ward so will most certainly be put on the table in talks with prime minister pollution and presently ease the current
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political crisis in the middle east levy is very high on the agenda it's a very pressing me she has the u.s. is considering imposing imposing an no fly zone over libya and of course the u.s. needs russia's support as russia has a veto on the year's security council without it saying yes to no fly zone he could not be enforced. thousands of muslim refugees escaping violence in north africa and north africa have found their way to europe but what will they find our nations already struggling to live with their own immigrant populations in the british town of loot on huge muslim community is now being confronted by a strong far right sentiment. more. mosques hit jobs and how shops a scene straight from the bazaars of the orient but this is luton north of london home to some twenty five thousand muslims of british and other origins one of them was time or abdel wahab al abdel better known now as the stockholm bomber abdul
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qadeer pax knew him and described the volatile character rejected by the community at large when he was here he was challenged his ideology is think is we're challenged we challenged him and when we realized he wasn't we exposing to everybody every member of this muslim community he got upset he quickly walked out and we never saw him again the next day heard al abdel had blown himself up in sweden and that's just the latest claim to infamy falutin which is fast becoming known as a hotbed of extremism the town's been linked to a variety of terrorist plots and elite british intelligence reports identified leeson as one of the main hubs of fanaticism in the country extremism breeds extremism and in steps the english defense league committed to protecting england from what they see as a wave of islam is a leader tommy robinson believes he's walking where all those fear to tread we've
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called egypt mark. we've got grave concerns in our community and we need somebody to voice their concerns the politicians are not being. prepared so the e.t.l. kulu to man home although others say their roots are in football hooliganism they recently held their biggest ever march through the town ahead of which robinson says the police told him his life was in danger you have been in thoughtlessly maybe approach you if you leave the area for the foreseeable future the town of lucent has undeniable links to islamic extremism including most recently the stockade bomber we spent time here and that in turn leads directly to the right. is it groups like the e.t.l. you believe in england they get it under threats meanwhile the people at least in see their town in the headlines because of extremists from both sides of the fence the town's m.e.p. says the force majority if you live in harmony and a distressed by their homes image but we can do these pics and homey to stand
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quietly peacefully and cherrypick the force for us majority of this town and this country face too don't believe two more accept this and say shit we do not want them here this took a moment family claims england for turning him from a normal boy into a fanatic some points to unemployment and social deprivation as the reasons for the extremes found in luton but backs lays the blame squarely at the top of the government before nine eleven we've ever had these make these type of issues all this is the events is going to leaven the governor's foreign policy yes it spots will it stop going to iraq you know it you know an illegal war killing women children so it's awful go into afghanistan you know carpet bombing indiscriminately meanwhile walls thousands of miles away make their presence felt in looted where every so often shopkeepers board up the town center and prepare for the hurrican of
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extremism to pass through. and out of some other stories making headlines across the globe thirty six people have been killed almost a hundred injured after a suicide bomber struck a funeral procession in pakistan witnesses say a teenager detonated himself as hundreds of anti taliban militia men knelt to hold prayers the taliban has claimed responsibility saying it was in retaliation for the tribesmen support of the government. serbia and kosovo are holding talks for the first time since kosovo declared its independence three years ago and e.u. is mediating negotiations as relations between the two countries remain tense with serbia denying kosovo sovereignty for that. reason the focus will be on more day to day issues like trade an air traffic conflict between the two sides in the one nine hundred ninety s. left thousands dead most of that ethnic albanians before kosovo was placed under un control. dozens of exiled tibetan activists have been detained by police at
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a protest outside the chinese embassy in india around sixty tibetans took over the lawns near the embassy where they show to the anti china slogans the demonstration was held on the eve of the upcoming anniversary of a failed to bed an uprising against chinese rule in two thousand and eight in which twenty two people were killed. only in this news block exposing government secrets is risky business as the founder of wiki leaks found but even in this dangerous field there are veterans are his laura lister takes a tour with one old school whistleblower to see the hidden side of new york. i winter's day rendezvous with an unusual tour guide and critic critic we are here with john young he started the website or he got a game about ten years before wiki leaks did write a releasing a classified and secret documents of governments from all over the world on his site and another thing that he does is he goes all over photographing what you call sensitive sites right here where we're near some right now and then put some on his
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web site for the world to see and he's going to tag along and he's going to show us new york city through his eyes we begin outside the federal courthouse where terrorism suspects are tried john has published of places like this as well as the police and judicial headquarters known as the ring of steel where he's taking us now has led the f.b.i. to visit him and critics to say he's putting national security at risk in the contrary if it should to share future risk to our society and this is the third world the terrorists are killed you notice all the barriers here john says post nine eleven america has amounted to a buildup of secrecy seen all over areas like this in what he calls security theater it's a. look at how you going there's an officer around every corner that wants to know what we're doing they claim they're under threat they said well if the trip john opposes the fortress looking buildup like this secured entrance outside the prosecutor's offices he also thinks in this particular case it's
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a de quoi i don't know that to call shooters are going off on the street. john is an architect by trade so he reads buildings like books and the biggest thing he sees coming out of this area is the money being made these are huge. they call them government operation but they're huge because they should have got huge contracts. which is just down the street this federal building houses the f.b.i. there's an underground driveway. that per week but john has discovered it's not all its. as it seems a picture of. you know despite all of these discoveries there is one place john hasn't found the cia office next stop wall street but first proportionally the world's largest propose a tory of gold yes even more than fort knox housed mostly for other countries behind this wall of the new york federal reserve eight feet of concrete is nothing for someone to watch and get it but motor pool and filming around the financial
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center of arguably the world we are met with skepticism the third officer of the day. none the less that you were goes on wall street brings a cobblestone pavement should make you look more and more security if you get into it you see that a lot of security you sure because not much financial action truly happens here anymore john says the point of seeing the security firsthand though is to question more should we really be just not going to get into the show boarding operation which i'm trying to flee the hyperbole about this trip there's all these recalls here to try to not shoot you but all the information is out there laura mr r.t. new york stay with us here on r t in ten minutes we'll be asking the libyan foreign minister who he believes are driving the uprising in his country but first joins us with a business update. thanks
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very much now hello and welcome to business live from moscow first working day of the week here in russia was seeing the markets playing catch up with other global not it's not at the same time the picture is quite so i will get to that in a second first of all russia's economy seeing a windfall from the steep rise in global energy prices that's on the back of instability in the middle east and north africa oil producing cartel opec is considering increasing oil production declining well however analysts say the situation could help russia win new customers notably in asia but this comes at an interesting time for russia because in the last couple of years in the last year a particular russia has made great strides in supplying oil to the far east particularly through eastern siberia pipeline and through the port of call is going to there and into china you know i think so far joe russia's had a little bit of a p.r. battle on its hands because most asian seumas which after all is the growth market tend to prefer supplies out of the middle east because they're known for being stable and reliable this these events of the last few weeks that really caused
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a lot of importers to pause for thought to agree that the japanese the reason the chinese and i think it's making them more favorably disposed to building up a relationship with russia where they might not have been before now apart from asia russia's oil majors also looking across the atlantic many countries the largest private producer lukoil is scouting for investment in the u.s. shale fields and wants to use u.s. high tech drilling technology in russia as well great shale deposits as they're difficult to drill companies already experimenting in the west area which is thoughts of gold large and sources of liquid hydrocarbons. searching out of the prices can speed up global inflation but russia is keen to keep its growth in check but even the energy ministry and the anti-monopoly service to keep an eye on the domestic petrol market. to listen because they must be market based we do not want to undermine the country's oil producers but all speculation
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and corporate collusions must be excluded the price must be decided by demand and supply and not going any administrative sources. are saying to the markets now we start with the euro here is the picture right now a mixed picture the footsie has slid into the red while the dax is gading around half a percent there is largest air space for the a.d.'s is gaining more than three percent after it announced net profit of seven hundred forty million dollars or twenty ten rolls royce group is also on news of a joint venture with a designer. here in russia the markets are also mixed this is the first trading day as i mentioned before sliding oil prices are driving investors from energy stocks to other sectors let's take a look at those in more detail banks are on the rise supported by positive results from bank of america's burbank is gaining around one percent on the my sax low in nickel and copper futures are weighing on metal stocks with north negotiating
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almost half a percent. oil prices are mixed with more middle east is showing no sign of abating france is trading one hundred and thirteen almost fourteen dollars per barrel while west texas has dropped to zero is actually risen one hundred five to one hundred five dollars eleven cents per barrel cost of insuring russian dead against default is falling to its lowest levels in more than two years high oil prices are helping the world's largest energy exporter cut this year's record boring plans so-called credit default swaps slipped to one hundred twenty three in the last two weeks the biggest drop of any nation investor confidence in russia's ability to repay debt is growing after the conflict in libya threatened oil supplies from the region a quarter of the russian budget comes from oil and gas in crude prices helped trim the plant boring by around seventeen million dollars. nouriel roubini
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a notorious economist known as dr doom has warned that the european central bank may be making a grave mistake by raising interest rates too soon however chief economist led you to come you know from a committee is says the e.c.b. has no other option but when central banks do not take action global inflation and perhaps the mystic inflation in many areas including russia starts to get out of control and then we have a very very difficult situation where in central banks will have no other option but to increase rates by significant. a moment which definitely would push many economists towards turnstone because the cost of credit because of the money would increase and that would be not helpful from the point if you were for covering sales of new cars and light trucks in russia accelerated eighty percent in february compared to the same period last year association of european businesses
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calculated that seventy three thousand vehicles were sold versus larger is the top five the extended cash for clunkers program trans the sam came in second fans expect the market to return to pre-crisis levels in twenty c. after the slump in two thousand. so for now website is out forward slash business will be back in less than one hour's time with an update mathematics for the headline stable.
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